politics November 5, 2018 Is the Church lost in the 2018 political elections? Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post Previous articleHow to interpret Dr. Brown’s politiCostalim? Next articleHOW should Christians VOTE in 2018? You may also like November 9, 2018 How religious groups voted November 9, 2018 Amendment Saying Unborn Babies Have a “Right to Life” 11 Comments Reply November 5, 2018 Troy Day This is a question for all of us Terry Wiles The author of Revelation “calls for reform… but he does not treat his opposition in the churches as ‘outsiders.’ Jezebel, Balaamites, and others named pejoratively by the seer are recognized as members in the churches… John’s major challenges comes not from outside the church but from Christians who are open to living in the world.” Reply November 5, 2018 Jerome Herrick Weymouth Troy Day I shouldn’t reply on a book that I haven’t read… right now I’m reading DeArtegea’s latest book on Kindle. Reply November 5, 2018 Terry Wiles Troy Day It is true. Christians are to live in the world but not like the world. They are to model morals and standards of the Kingdom of Heaven. The King of Heaven has some stern things to say to the churches, to us, through the reporter of The Revelation of Jesus Christ. The church should think less about who to vote for and more about who to live like. Reply November 5, 2018 Troy Day Terry Wiles on a lighter note, do you know they stopped making Mars bars? This coinsides with the time when the church turned political IMO 🙂 Reply November 5, 2018 Terry Wiles Troy Day They don’t make Mars bars? That was my go to sugar hit. Reply November 5, 2018 Terry Wiles I am not into politics in the church at all. Reply November 5, 2018 Troy Day What politics? we are talking candy here 🙂 Reply November 5, 2018 Jerome Herrick Weymouth Well I vote on issues (health and public transportion, which is important for Southern California) and for candidates that are NOT leftist/Socialist. Reply November 6, 2018 Troy Day Jerome Dave Larson Who should you vote for? Republicans? Democrats? Libertarians? None of the above? Don’t vote a political party. Vote for the people who truly represent YOU, and would do the things most similar to you if you were in office. And if that means not voting for anyone, then don’t vote. There is no virtue in blindly voting or simply voting straight party ticket, nor holding your nose while you vote. Don’t vote rather than vote for the lesser of two evils, for that in itself is evil, and a true waste of a vote. Not voting can be the greatest vote of all. Candidates shouldn’t have your vote just because they have a pulse and wear a jersey you kinda like. Elected officials should EARN your vote, and if they don’t, then don’t give it to them. Your vote is sacred, treat it as such! Reply November 6, 2018 Jerome Herrick Weymouth Troy Day since California is the left coast, we really don’t have a choice on who to send to office…but we do have propositions and vote on issues… When I vote for republican/ independent it is my no-vote against the left/soscialist. Reply November 6, 2018 Troy Day RT Ray E Horton · That would be terrible if Dems get the house, putting Nancy Pelosi once more second in line to the Presidency. Let’s do something about it and prove the polls wrong tomorrow. I believe Christians need to be responsible to vote for the party that exhibits the more godly policies. anti-abortion, etc. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel reply Comment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.